Soccer - Today’s News
As Liverpool clash with Ludogorets in Bulgaria we bring you all of the action as it happens.
‘Monday’s homework: sign Tó Madeira and Tonton Zola-Moukoko.’
Gavin Brennan and David Webster have both completed moves to Tallaght.
The German is in his seventh season with Borussia Dortmund but, just like his opposite number at Arsenal, his best days with the club may be behind him.
Because we're sure he has enough socks this year...
The Reds are coming into a must-win Champions League game after three consecutive defeats in the competition.
The chief executive released a statement last night in relation to the controversy over a video which showed him singing a Republican ballad.
The winner for the annual event will be announced on Wednesday evening, with Roy Keane and BOD among the nominees.
Jose Mourinho hailed another “complete” performance by Chelsea after they thrashed Schalke 5-0.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Plus, that man Edinson Cavani scored twice as many goals as Ibra tonight.
Schalke were booed off after a humbling from Mourinho’s side.
It seems like he hasn’t done anything like this in a few years.
Fancy yourself as an expert when it comes to old replica shirts? Let’s be having you.
Messi’s 72nd goal takes him past Raul for the record.
Sergio Aguero scored twice late on against Bayern Munich to give City three valuable European points.
Sports PR executive Colm Woods has practical solutions to change the perception of women’s sport in Ireland.
Rodgers is getting more David Brent-like with every game.
Also, Ulster’s Chris Henry undergoes heart surgery.
Manchester City must pick up three points at home to Bayern Munich while Chelsea face Roberto Di Matteo’s Schalke.
The 2014 World Cup starts in Mexico this week.
The Barcelona superstar could break the Champions League record by scoring against APOEL Nicosia tonight.
The Cork official has settled in well in the States and has recently been nominated for Referee of the Year.
The FAI chief was filmed singing a Wolfetones ballad in a Dublin pub after Ireland’s recent win over the US.
The Liverpool manager takes his struggling side to Bulgaria to face Ludogorets tomorrow.
Soccer - Monday 24 November, 2014
A late Nathaniel Clyne strike earned a point for the Saints.
The former World Cup final referee was grilled on Monday Night Football.
Meanwhile, an Irish athlete picked up a European bronze medal and Ulster’s out-half was ruled out.
A man was arrested over the beverage throwing incident during Saturday’s game.
It’s for charity so you can’t slag it too much.
The former England midfielder also revealed that Spurs were not so generous.
The striker has left Shamrock Rovers and joined another ex-LOI star at Sabah Rhinos.
Comdt Declan Sheridan’s men take on the hosts later today before facing Germany and the Netherlands.
There is a time and a place for rabonas, and an onside kick probably isn’t one of them.
Galaxy will take a 1-0 lead to Seattle next weekend.
Soccer - Sunday 23 November, 2014
Roberto Mancini’s Inter got a 1-1 draw in the grudge match.
Brady was down ‘injured’ but his Hull team-mate was having none of it.
With his team just four points above the relegation zone is Brendan Rodgers’ job at risk?
Nominated for FIFA’s best goal of the year, the Irish international chats about great strikes, going viral & Matt Le Tissier.
The Dane has given manager Mauricio Pochettino a much needed boost.
Liverpool’s 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace was their sixth league loss of the season.